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a person who makes or mends arms and armour
a person employed in the maintenance of small arms and weapons in a military unit
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  • "That he has not done, sir; but I pray you to hear me," he added urgently as the armourer was turning to leave the room.

    Wulf the Saxon G. A. Henty
  • “After you, friend,” remarked Phil, waving his hand for the armourer to precede them.

    Two Gallant Sons of Devon Harry Collingwood
  • On one of the rarer coins of Cunobeline an armourer or coiner is represented.

  • “Yet mayhap he might do something for thee, friend Ambrose,” added the armourer.

    The Armourer's Prentices Charlotte M. Yonge
  • I thought you had bought it from some armourer and intended me to wear it as a badge of my office.

    The Strong Arm Robert Barr
  • The armourer agreed, and Siegfried remained at Mimer's workshop.

    Legends of the Rhine Wilhelm Ruland
  • Duncan, while yet young, was defeated in a great battle, and was found dead on the morrow at a spot called the armourer's Shop.

  • A few minutes' walk brought us to the door of the armourer's shop.

    The Young Cavalier Percy F. Westerman
  • Georg, the father of Lorenz, was well established as an armourer when he was joined in 1467 by his famous son.

    Armour in England J. Starkie Gardner

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